Laura Phillips is ready for a life do-over. After trying for years to get pregnant she discovers that her husband has been unfaithful. She is ready to start again, somewhere new where people won’t give her those pitying glances and make her feel even worse than she already does. Her plans include moving to Chicago from Palo Alto, a new home, a new job, and why not have a little fun before she goes.
Her best friend Olivia wins backstage passes to a concert and Laura decides she deserves to let loose and go crazy. She meets the lead singer and goes back to his place for what she hopes is one night of great sex. Unfortunately for her, he didn’t get the memo and keeps turning up for more and she just can’t seem to stop herself from falling into bed with him again and again.View Book
He was her brother’s best friend and her first crush. Lyn thought they were friends, but when her brother died in a car accident, Jason never spoke to her again. Instead, his music career took off and he became a rock god.
Jason blames himself for her brother’s death. He returns home, wanting absolution, and discovers that she never blamed him. She soothes his soul and helps him forgive himself while falling in love.
A childhood friendship becomes the most important relationship in his life. Lyn is the only woman he’s ever been close to, and she still cares for him. Will they risk their friendship for a chance at love?View Book
Olivia never has good luck, so when she wins concert tickets and back stage passes, she’s reluctant to go. What if she discovers the band is a bunch of jerks? Her best friend, however, is determined to go and have some fun. By fun, she means sex with a hot guy. Olivia agrees, only because her friend Laura needs something to bring her out of her depression after her divorce. What she didn’t count on was meeting Aidan. He looked as out of place as she felt, and when he tries to strike up a conversation with him she strikes him down. Honestly, why would fate be so cruel as to introduce you to your soul mate when you are feeling positively snarky?
Good thing Aidan has a sense of humor.View Book